Just leave clearing snow to Hemstedt with the outdoor ice warning system.

Features and benefits

  • Measuring of temperatures and humidity
  • For open spaces, rooftops, gutters, etc...
  • Digital controls
  • Early detection of icing
  • Energy-efficient protection from ice and snow

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General questions
07135/98 98 0 or office@hemstedt.de

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Leave nothing to chance

The Hemstedt outdoor regulator serves, so to speak as "ice alerter" and offers reliable protection from ice and snow, at minimal energy consumption. Both temperature and humidity are being measured, so that icing can be detected early. The outdoor regulator then heats only as much as necessary to keep places like escape routes, driveways or landing pads free of ice. This keeps operating costs for outdoor heating systems to a minimum while ensuring maximum effect.


Not only for open spaces

The outdoor regulator by Hemstedt also monitors icing in gutters, flat roofs or the garden pond, so you're well-prepared for frosty times.


Technical Data DES ICE AND SNOW ALARM Item no. 93159

Nominal voltage 1 /N/AC, 50 Hz, 230 V, according to DIN EN 60730
Voltage range 230 V +6 °C/-6 °C
Rated output approx. 10 VA
Output contact Load max. 250 V, 6 (2) A
Ambient temperature 0 bis 50°C, condensation not permissible
Degree of protection II according to DIN 57700, when mounted in distribution panel
Weight approx. 0.4 kg

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Made in Germany - since 1974
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